The biggest winter music festival of its kind in UK, Celtic Connections celebrates its 25th anniversary with an exciting and ambitious line-up of musicians from all corners of the world, showcasing the best talent in folk, world and jazz music. Descending on Glasgow between 18 January and 4 February 2018, Celtic Connections offers 18 days of entertainment to brighten up the dark, wet January nights with a mixture of concerts that will include a host of one-off musical collaborations alongside talks, workshops, film screenings, ceilidhs, art exhibitions, free events and late night sessions. This year’s highlights include a special tribute to the late musical legend, Martyn Bennett featuring GRIT Orchestra and bike stunt hero, Danny MacAskill recreating some of his famous stunts from The Ridge seen by some 55M people on YouTube, this special night will be opened by Isle of Skye band Niteworks fusing electronica with bagpipes; other highlights include one of the world’s greatest female singers, Mali’s Oumou Sangaré, Scottish folk legend King Creosote, Hannah Peel blending her signature electronica with Tubular Brass’s magic, Roaming Roots Revue - a special tribute to the late Tom Petty and a country die-hard Dale Watson.
To browse all 300+ events visit www.celticconnections.com.
After its last record in 2004, Tears For Fears, the 80’s legendary duo, is coming back with a greatest hits album "Rule The World", including two new songs, available since November 10th.
The British band – who has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide – celebrates this release through a European Tour, starting from April 2018.
Tears For Fears will perform a unique show in France on Friday 18th May at the Dôme de Paris – Palais des Sports. The duo will play his biggest successes such as Shout, Mad World or Everybody Wants to rule the World …
Astroid Boys are:-
Traxx (MC) - Benji (MC) - DJ Comfort (DJ) - Dellux (producer) - Big H (drums)
Fresh off destroying arena crowds supporting Enter Shikari grime / rock collective Astroid Boys announce their UK headline tour kicking off in March 2018!
2017 saw Astroid Boys release their debut album ‘Broke’, receiving great support from Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, Annie Mac and Target! Their aim when starting the band was to create something new and exciting which they have certainly done and translated perfectly on their debut album. Broke details the thoughts and feelings of a generation who feel unheard and ignored. Astroid Boys took this as an opportunity to really demonstrate their ability to merge two rebellious genres into something of their very own creation.
With the band sitting comfortably between grime and punk/hardcore, their sound fuses together multiple sub-cultures and perspectives—a growth that defines them less as a band and more as a voice for the youth which they will be taking across the UK this coming spring.
Not many artists can say they’ve supported Trash Talk and Deez Nuts, as well as Public Enemy, Grandmaster Flash, Skepta and Stormzy, but Astroid Boys have taken their live show to the urban and metal scenes across the UK. Along with an impressive list of tour supports under their belt, they’ve played at Reading & Leeds Festival, Download, Boomtown, Latitude festivals and T in the Park.
Tickets on sale MONDAY 11TH DEC 9am HERE
7th The Haunt, Brighton
8th Dome, London
9th Waterfront, Norwich
10th Asylum, Birgmingham
11th Rebellion, Manchester
12th King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
13th Riverside, Newcastle
14th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
15th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
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